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Wish

by Alexandra Bullen

If you could have anything, what would you wish for? For broken-hearted Olivia Larsen, nothing can change the fact that her twin sister, Violet, is gone... until a mysterious, beautiful gown arrives on her doorstep. The dress doesn't just look magical; it is magical. It has the power to grant her one wish, and the only thing Olivia wants is her sister back. With Violet again by her side, both girls get a second chance at life. And as the sisters soon discover, they have two more dresses-and two more wishes left. But magic can't solve everything, and Olivia is forced to confront her ghosts to learn how to laugh, love, and live again.

The Wish

by Gail Carson Levine

When granted her wish to be the most popular girl in school, Wilma, an eighth grader, forgets that she will graduate in three weeks and her popularity will vanish.

The Wish List

by Eoin Colfer

Meg Finn is in trouble. Cast out of her home by her stepfather after her mom's death, Meg is a wanderer, a troublemaker. But after her latest stunt, finding a place to sleep is the least of her worries. Belch, Meg's partner in crime, has gotten her involved in the attempted robbery of an elderly man, Lowrie McCall. But things go horribly wrong, After an accidental explosion, Meg's spirit is flung into limbo, and a race begins between the demonic and the divine to win Meg's soul. Meg's really not a bad kid, but she hasn't exactly been an angel either, so the tally of her good and evil deeds is dead even. Her only chance of tipping the scales to salvation is to go back to Earth and do good-specifically, to help Lowrie McCall. He's got many regrets in his life to set right-a "wish list"-and not much time left to do it. But even if Meg can persuade Lowrie to get mixed up with her, she's going to have to deal with an even scarier, undead Belch-who's now definitely on the side of the Devil. A wild journey to the unexpected hereafter, The Wish List is a heartwarming tale of a young girl's last chance, and the love she will need to-quite literally-redeem herself.

The Wish (Nightmare Hall #4)

by Diane Hoh

High on a hillside overlooking Salem University, hidden in shadows and shrouded in silence, sits Nightingale Hall. Nightmare Hall, the students call it. Because that's where the terror began. Alex is the first to notice the strange little booth at the back of the campus pizza place. Wishes granted, fortunes told says the sign on the glass. Inside sits The Wizard-an eerie wooden figure with sinister blue eyes. Alex's friends make wishes. And one by one, they come true-in terrifying, twisted ways. Is The Wizard behind the horror? Or is someone else to blame, someone with a deadly wish all his-or her-own....

Wish on a Star (Mary-Kate and Ashley, Two of a Kind Diaries)

by Mary-Kate Olsen Ashley Olsen

It's Animal Week at school in this Mary-Kate and Ashley story, perfect for younger fans. Join Kate as she starts working at Starbright Stables - her dream job! But she's not with her perfect partner... Courtney, hardly ever shows up when she's supposed to. Kate is stuck doing all the work herself and the girls are being graded as a team. Can Kate get Courtney to help, or will they both fail the assignment?

Wish You Were Dead:

by Todd Strasser

Madison, a senior at a suburban New York high school, tries to uncover who is responsible for the disappearance of her friends, popular students mentioned in the posts of an anonymous blogger, while she, herself is being stalked online and in-person.

Wish You Were Eyre (Mother Daughter Book Club #6)

by Heather Vogel Frederick

The book club says bon voyage to Concord and bonjour to France! It's a dream come true for Megan, who's jet-setting to Paris for Fashion Week with Gigi. Meanwhile, back in Concord, Mrs. Wong decides to run for mayor, so Emma and Stewart team up to make her campaign a success. Jess and Cassidy are also hoping for victories, Jess in the a cappella finals with the MadriGals and Cassidy in the national hockey championships with her teammates. In the midst of it all, the girls--along with their Wyoming pen pals, who drop in for a visit over Spring Break--dive into Charlotte Bronte's classic Jane Eyre. Some real life romance follows, as Becca may have found a Mr. Rochester of her own. And then there's the matter of a certain wedding. The book club girls, their families, the British Berkeley brothers, and even Stinkerbelle will be attending the ceremony, which means there might be some bumps before the bride waltzes down the aisle....

Wish You Weren't Here (Summer Camp Secrets #8)

by Melissa J. Morgan

Athletic, quiet Sarah loves Camp Lakeview and is psyched to be back for another summer in the sun. She gets along with everyone and never makes waves.

Wishes on the Moon

by Michael O. Tunnell

After a fourteen-year-old orphan named Aminah comes to possess a magic lamp, the wishes granted her by the genie inside allow her to alter her life by choosing prosperity, purpose, and romance.

Wishful Thinking (Disney's Hannah Montana #16)

by Laurie Mcelroy

When Miley turns down a date with Jesse McCartney because she has to finish a science project, she wishes on a shooting star that she could be Hannah Montana all the time. The next morning, Miley wakes up to a world where she's waited on hand and foot, doesn't have to worry about school, and is dating Jesse! But not only has Miley's world changed, so have her family and friends. She has a new step-mom, Jackson is never around, and Lilly and Oliver don't even know her beyond her celebrity billboard. Can things ever go back to the way they were? Plus, Hannah Montana heads to the White House to sing for the President!

Wishing on a Star (Cheetah Girls #1)

by Deborah Gregory

In the premier book of the "Cheetah Girls" series, the girls meet at Fashion Industries High School and become fast friends. To earn some extra money, they form a singing group.

Wit and Wisdom from Poor Richard's Almanack

by Benjamin Franklin

"Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise"; "Love your Neighbor; yet don't pull down your Hedge"; "He that lies down with Dogs, shall rise up with fleas" and many more.

Witch

by Christopher Pike

Julia has extraordinary powers. She can know things that are occurring in far off places when she looks at water with sunlight on it. But she's never to look at water with moonlight on it.

Witch and Curse (Wicked #1 and #2)

by Nancy Holder Debbie Viguié

After her parents are killed, Holly Cathers is sent to live with her cousins, Amanda and Nicole. Soon the three girls embark into a dark legacy of witches, secrets, and alliances. The first two books in the popular "Witches" series are now together in a single volume.

Witch Child

by Celia Rees

The year is 1659, a time of fear and lies. For Mary Newbury, it is a time of desperation. While she watches, unable to intervene, her wise and beloved grandmother is falsely condemned, tortured, and hanged as a witch. Soon the relentless crowd may turn upon Mary. When a mysterious stranger offers her a way out -- safe passage to America -- she knows she must go. But she doesn't know that the turbulent voyage will bring her to yet another society where differences are feared and defiance is deadly.

Witch Dreams

by Vivian Vande Velde

Sixteen-year-old Nyssa uses her ability to sec into people's dreams to discover who murdered her parents six years ago.

Witch Hunt! (The Secret World Of Alex Mack #4)

by Diana G. Gallagher

It's Halloween, and everyone's going to Danielle Atron's Monster Movie Matinee. Annie thinks it's a trap; Alex is determined to see the movie and go to the Halloween party at the plant. But Vince and Dave are waiting, armed with witch-hunting devices certain to expose Alex! And eleven-year-old Bobby Barnswell is convinced Alex is a real witch, and determined to prove it. At first, the girls think they've escaped...until Alex is faced with a dilemma. Will she be forced to use her secret powers in public and risk everything?

The Witch in the Pumpkin Patch (Sweet Valley Kids #73)

by Molly Mia Stewart Francine Pascal

7-year-old Jessica's class went on a field trip to a pumpkin patch! Everyone had fun except herself and her twin sister, Elizabeth. They thought they saw a witch! Is the Sweet Valley pumpkin patch haunted?

The Witch of 4th Street and Other Stories

by Myron Levoy

Cathy Dunn knew that if shed did not give her penny to the witch, the old lady would turn her into a lizard, or a goat, or a spider so small Cathy's mother would step on her. But one day Cathy decided that she would not give up her penny, and that was the day she came down with a fever.

The Witch of Blackbird Pond

by Elizabeth George Speare

Kit Tyler is marked by suspicion and disapproval from the moment she arrives on the unfamiliar shores of colonial Connecticut in 1867. Alone and desperate, she has been forced to leave her beloved home on the island of Barbados and join a family she has never met. Torn between her quest for belonging and her desire to be true to herself, Kit struggles to survive in a hostile place. Just when it seems she must give up, she finds a kindred spirit. But Kit's friendship with Hannah Tupper, believed by the colonists to be a witch, proves more taboo than she could have imagined and ultimately forces Kit to choose between her heart and her duty.Elizabeth George Speare's Newbery Award-winning novel portrays a heroine whom readers will admire for her unwavering sense of truth as well as her infinite capacity to love.

The Witch Returns (The Witch #6)

by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

Convinced that the old woman who recently moved into the neighborhood is really the "dead" Mrs. Tuggle, Lynn and Mouse try to find help in withstanding her witchcraft.

The Witch Tree Symbol (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #33)

by Carolyn Keene

An unusual hex sign leads Nancy Drew to the Pennsylvania Dutch country in pursuit of a thief who stops at nothing to get rid of her.

The Witch Tree Symbol (Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #33, revised version)

by Carolyn Keene

When a neighbor asks Nancy Drew to accompany her to an old uninhabited mansion, a new mystery opens up, and danger lurks on the second floor. Nancy finds a witch tree symbol that leads her to Pennsylvania Dutch country in pursuit of a cunning and ruthless thief. The friendly welcome the young detective and her friends Bess and George receive from the Amish people soon changes to hostility when it is rumored that Nancy is a witch! Superstition helps her adversary in his attempt to get her off his trail, but Nancy does not give up. Persistently she uncovers one clue after another. Nancy's intelligence and sleuthing ability finally lead to the fascinating solution of this puzzling case. Picture descriptions present.

Witch Water (The Witch #2)

by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

Feel the darkness, touch the black, hear the shadows whisper back... Lynn and her best friend, Mouse, are convinced Mrs. Tuggle is a witch, even if no one believes them. Lynn thought they were safe after they escaped the witch's clutches last summer, but the evil Mrs. Tuggle hasn't finished with them yet. A menacing flock of crows is following Mouse's every move and the girls' only protection against this dangerous woman is destroyed. Lynn and Mouse know they have to act fast. But they don't know what Mrs. Tuggle is planning, and this time, they may not get away so easily...

Witch Weed (The Witch #5)

by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

Lynn Morley and Mouse spot strange purple weeds growing exactly where they threw old Mrs. Tuggle's glass eye in The Witch's Eye. Could these ominous plants be witch weeds?

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